Capturing The Moment

(Photo credits by Zubair Ullah)

The ability to capture emotions, a moment in time and memories that can last a lifetime in one picture is the very thing that amazes me about the art of photography. Nowadays, people are so obsessed with documenting so many particular moments of their lives in the aim of sharing it with the world or keeping it, to one day show their future generation. There's no surprise that media platforms such as Instagram and SnapChat are still one of the dominating resources for ordinary people such as myself to showcase our lives and for us to revel in that pleasure.

One thing that I've learnt about myself, is that I am the sort of person who is very conscious of their surrounding, who takes in every detail from buildings, people, to even noticing garbage on the side-walk. Therefore, an ordinary day is never ordinary to me as I usually take in the beauty of the world and all that surrounds me. One of the reasons why I saved up and brought my own camera was to further nurture my gift and challenge myself even more on what I could capture other than using my phone. Besides, I wanted to feel real professional and call myself a 'big time photographer!' and add a bookings email as part of my bio *laughs* Honestly, to capture great quality images that you can reflect back on years down the line is something that warms my heart, and I am so excited to capture so many moments and memories to come!

Couple weeks back I decided to take my baby (my camera btw) out for a journey and capture the unique bustling beauty that resides in Camden, London. The best filter of all time, (the sun) was out and I was set to soak my eyes in my new surrounding, guys, I was so excited! Below are some "beginner" shots of the things that caught my artistic eye *winks. Overtime I aim to push myself and improve my skills with using a camera and hopefully discover my niche style that represents how I personally see the world.

A lot of us have so many natural gifts and so many interests that we would love to learn about and craft. I was told that one of the key steps to success is to continue to learn and to continue to build up your skills so that you can be a master of all the things that represent you. One of the reasons why I decided to share this part of myself, was to give you guys the push to start on the things you've always wanted to do, because at the end of the day by perfecting your gifts, you're obtaining the skills that will take you far on the path to your success.  I hope you guys are blessed and inspired.
Until the next entry x

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